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Enjoying South Australia’s Wines

South Australia is home to some of the best wine regions in Australia. They are way more casual than the ones in Margaret River. So casual, that it is not rare to see Australian families with their kids there and everyone is having a good time. There is Clare Valley with its outstanding Riesling, Barossa […]

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Evacuation

The east side of the Eyre Peninsula is as beautiful as the west side. There is Port Lincoln with its fantastic sea food and the Lincoln Nationalpark with its sand dunes at the Wanna Lookout, seals at Donington Beach and a great place to swim at September Beach. Those who love street art, will feel […]

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Flying over Oyster Farms

This place is almost right at the tip of the Eyre Peninsula and it is not only home to the best rock pool in the area at Greenly Beach. It is also home to the Coffin Bay Nationalpark with the beautiful Almonta Beach. To reach the Rock Pools at Greenly Beach we had to walk […]

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Saving Bobtail Skinks

After driving all the way through the Nullarbor you finally reach the Eyre Peninsula. This peninsula is so big and has so much to offer that you better plan a couple of days there. At its west side there is a perfect surf spot to find at Cactus Beach, a pink lake to picture at […]

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Crossing the Nullarbor

How appealing is it to drive 1’300km almost straight through an area that does not even have trees? Well, if you want to travel between South and Western Australia with your campervan you do not have a choice. In the end it was not too bad, as we used those long straight roads to plan […]

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Great Ocean Drive (not road)

Close to Esperance there are more outstanding beaches and bays to find. Just take the Great Ocean Drive and you will pass West Beach, Blue Haven Beach, Twilight Beach and end at the Observatory Point with a remarkable 360 degree round view. When we started our “Tour de Beach” at the Rotary Lookout there were […]

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Kangaroos on the whitest beach

The beaches in Cape le Grand Nationalpark are so white – they almost look like snow. And the beach at Lucky Bay was officially declared as the whitest beach of Australia. There is a marvelous campground right at the beach, that you better book it in advance as it is almost always full. The reason […]

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Incredible Beaches

Denmark, no, not the country in Europe, the city in western Australia is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. One of them is called Green’s Pool and is absolutely stunning. Right next to it is a bay called Elephant Rocks and this name is not an overstatement. The rocks in […]

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Whales and a Granite Skywalk

Albany has a dark past. It used to be one of the biggest whale hunting cities in the world and strangely it is not ashamed of it. The former whaling station has been remodeled to an impressive open-air museum but the trade stays brutal. But there are also some beautiful displays about the whales including […]

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Stingrays and Gigantic Trees

Augusta has more to offer than one would expect. There are friendly stingrays at Hamelin Bay that swim so close to you that you could touch them. But as a nature respecting adult you of course resist the temptation. Then there is a beautiful lighthouse at Cape Leeuwin where the Indian Ocean and the Southern […]

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